Book Haul- September 2021

Well after August’s book buying extravaganza, you would think that I had no room for more books in my budget.

But books, much like life, find a way.

Mind you, I didn’t buy near as many books as I did in August. Praise be to Simon the god of hairdos.

On to the books!

The Strange Case of the Alchemist’s Daughter by Theodora Goss

What if Dr. Jekyll had a daughter? Oh, and Mr. Hyde too? And they teamed up with Watson and Holmes to solve some murders? That’s what this book is about, among other things. I picked it up for a book club pick.

Queen of the Conquered by Kacen Callender

I’m pretty sure this book about a woman whose family was murdered by colonizers is going to be great. Also, it was on sale for like, $2.99 on Kindle. Gotta love those sales.

The Sandman by Neil Gaiman

This audiobook, about Dream, who was imprisioned by a cult for decades, is free with an Audible membership until October 22, 2021. It features James McAvoy as the titular Dream, and a world class cast of other actors in these colorful roles. Get it now while you can!

Forever Young: A Memoir by Hayley Mills

I picked up this book with my audible credit. I love listening to memoirs, especially when the author reads them. They always inject little things into them that aren’t in the book.

How Mrs. Claus Saved Christmas by Jeff Guinn

Using the true story of 1647 Puritanical England as it’s backdrop, this story tells how, well, Mrs. Claus saved Christmas. This is the sequel to the much loved (at least by me) The Autobiography of Santa Claus. I saw this on Thriftbooks for $3.00 and had to pick it up.

The Great Santa Search by Jeff Guinn

So this one is about Santa Claus getting fed up with all the fake Santas until he finally can’t take it anymore and enters a reality tv show to find the “real” Santa. I might be gearing up for my holiday reads. Can you tell? Also, this was on Thriftbooks for 4 bucks. I love when they have decent copies for cheap.

Persepolis by Marjane Satrapi

The authors story of her childhood and coming of age in Tehran during the Islamic Revolution. I’ve wanted to read it for a while, and when I saw it on the list of banned books for my banned books week post, I knew I had to have it.

The Ex Hex by Erin Sterling

Vivienne Jones cursed her ex. She knows she shouldn’t have, but she used a scented candle so it shouldn’t take, right? Of course, when Rhys comes back to town everything starts to go wrong for him. I honestly forgot I pre-ordered this one until I got the shipping notification. I have issues. Also, I laughed when I saw it on Book of the Month’s list for October reads and I had already purchased it!

Well, that wasn’t too bad. 8 books. Several of which I had gotten at discounts! Or for free! Huzzah!

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